## HPL Frequently Asked Questions

- What problem size N should I run ?
- What block size NB should I use ?
- What process grid ratio P x Q should I use ?
- What about the one processor case ?
- Why so many options in HPL.dat ?
- Can HPL be outperformed ?

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- What problem size N should I run ?
- What block size NB should I use ?
- What process grid ratio P x Q should I use ?
- What about the one processor case ?
- Why so many options in HPL.dat ?
- Can HPL be outperformed ?